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Posted By: Bruce Gibbins
Posted On: Monday November 4, 2019 at 3:20 AM
 
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Right now I'm adding 1/24 models and kits to my collection.
So far, I've been fortunate in so much as the Mint Models I have been buying are generally under 50 dollars.
Two, limited editions have topped the $150 price point.
Danbury Mints swan song model a 1935 Ford Coupe`, is a huge temptation, however, priced at between $350 - $450, I would need to engineer a windfall of some kind to shell out the scratch to lay down to have this beauty in my collection
That is the situation

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Buyers price point by Rand Anderson #44890
That's a pretty challenging figure for a detailed model. by John Kuvakas #44890.1ModeratorZone Diplomat
I don't have one. I base my decision to buy on the model offered. by John Merritt #44890.2
Right now I'm adding 1/24 models and kits to my collection. by Bruce Gibbins #44890.2.1
This is a good discussion but there are lot of variables. Certainly by Don Anderson #44890.2.1.1
I'm enjoying my collection as is but if something struck my fancy I would go up to $200. (EOM) by John Bono #44890.3
It is totally up to how much I love the model. I TRY to use a little common sense. LOL. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #44890.4
I have no limit. If it is a Cadillac I want, price is no object. (EOM) by Lloyd Mecca #44890.5
$180. for a 1/18 is my highest and my limit. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #44890.6
Depends on scale and other factors. by Robert Bolin #44890.7




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